Frequently Ask Questionabout Freemasonry About Freemasonry Find Answers to Common Questions WHERE DID IT ALL BEGIN? Freemasonry is a diverse and complex organization. It is very old, its origins lost in time. The first written evidence of its existence is dated from England in the 14th century. The Grand Lodge of England was formed by five Lodges in London in 1717. Grand Lodges were formed in Scotland and Ireland in the years following. Freemasonry subsequently spread around the world with the growth of the British Empire. It is accepted that its origins stem...

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Concordant Bodies

Once you become part of the ancient order of Freemasonry, you can join other concordant bodies. Concordant bodies are those organizations that are affiliated with Freemasonry. Many concordant bodies require membership in a Blue Lodge prior to joining. The Scottish Rite is a concordant body of Masonry, meaning that it is not part of the Craft Lodge, per se, but closely associated with Masonry. Start Your Journey Read the FAQ Scottish Rite Shriners ...

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Grand Lodge Address

222 Taunton Ave.,
East Providence, RI 02914


P: (401) 435-4650
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M- F: 8:30am to 4:00pm
Weekend: Closed
We are also closed every Friday during July and August

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2nd Entrance, 116 Long St
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